This Old Gun: U.S. Model 1842 Percussion Pistol

The Model 1842 was the first percussion pistol adopted by the United States military, and it saw service through the Civil War and beyond.

Fire- and Thief-Defense: Liberty Safe's Lincoln Series

Gun safes aren't just about protecting your valuable firearms from potential thieves. Natural disasters can also threaten your firearms, which means you need something that can handle those threats.

This Old Gun: Colt Second Generation New Frontier

During the early 20th century, to improve upon the rare pre-war Colt Flattop Target Model P, the late Elmer Keith spent a lot of time and money tricking out Single Action Army (SAA) revolvers with adjustable sights.

This Old Gun: Smith & Wesson .455 Hand Ejector

For many, the Smith & Wesson Triple Lock, also known as the Hand Ejector First Model, represents the epitome of the modern double-action revolver, even though it dates from 1908.

This Old Gun: Seymour Griffin Rifle

This Seymour Griffin rifle is one of the earliest known sporting rifles made off an M1903 Springfield, and its maker is well-known, too.

This Old Gun: Ward's Western Field Model 10

The single-shot shotgun reigned supreme in the first half of the 20th century, and this Ward's Western Field Model 10 is evidence of the hard use these budget guns saw.

This Old Gun: Smith & Wesson Model 49 Bodyguard

When the market for concealable backup revolvers expanded in the 1950s, the Smith & Wesson Model 49 Bodyguard offered a great alternative to the Chiefs Special.

This Old Gun: Stevens Favorite No. 17

Long before the Ruger semi-automatic 10/22 and even before the Marlin 1897 lever-action, but appearing just after the Winchester 1890 pump, there was the Stevens Favorite.

Review: Uberti 1851 Navy Conversion in .38 Spl.

Uberti USA’s “Outlaws & Lawmen” series creates the gun that "Wild Bill" Hickok might have packed, had he not been dealt the Dead Man’s Hand in Deadwood.

This Old Gun: Great Western 'The Deputy' Revolver

Colt’s 1949 announcement to discontinue its Single Action Army (SAA) inspired a few entrepreneurial individuals to fill the void left by the Peacemaker’s departure.

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